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Wiegenlied - Mimi Coertse - The Best Of Mimi Coertse (Vinyl, LP)

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  2. Mimi Coertse: Finest Classical and Concert Performances, an album by Mimi Coertse on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
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  4. Mimi Coertse is a famous South African opera singer. She has performed in some of the world’s best-known concert halls.
  5. Mimi Coertse was South Africa's first operatic prima donna."Prima donna", in its true sense, properly indicates the chief female vocalist in an opera company. It signifies a vocalist of high reputation and earning power. For seventeen years she held that position in Vienna, where she reigned as first coloratura of the famed State Opera.
  6. Helmuth Furch, 'Die Wiener Jahre von Kammersängerin Mimi Coertse,' ('The Viennese years of Kammersängerin Mimi Coertse'), Bulletin of Museums- und Kulturverein Kaisersteinbruch No. 41, 20–56, March also 'Mimi Coertse, die hochgeschätzte Konzert- und Liedsängerin' ('A reverence for a great Concert- and Lieder-singer'), ibid. No. 52, 33–54, December
  7. Sep 20,  · Mimi Coertse () sings O zittre nicht, mein lieber Sohn! from Die Zauberflöte by Mozart, recorded in Mimi Coertse made her debut .
  8. Donizetti – Lucia Di Lammermoor (rec. ). On 17 March she made her debut at the Vienna State Opera as the Queen of the Night in Die Zauberflöte by Mozart and remained there until Mimi Coertse sang the role of The Queen of the Night more than times in the late ’s early ’s at the Vienna State Opera and all over Europe. Her Covent Garden debut was in , in the.
  9. Jul 06,  · Mimi Coertse sings a Russian folksong known in Afrikaans as "Liefste Madelein" also known as "Monotonously Rings the Little Bell" or "Odnozvuchno Gremit Kolokol'chik - Однозвучно.

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